Best way to include dependencies in a repository

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  • GitHub repo electron-sbcl-sqlite

    A simple boilerplate that builds an Electron app with SBCL and SQLite3 embedded

    I must have missed this when it was first posted, but lines 3-11 of https://github.com/mikelevins/electron-sbcl-sqlite/blob/15cca586f6f8361aa33559152affcd2fd084341a/lisp/electron-sbcl-sqlite.asd are not a good example of how to do things. There are a number of ways to manage dependencies other than QL, so the build system (ASDF) should be decoupled from the dependency management solution (QL).

  • GitHub repo apex7tkl_lisp

    Rudimentary Linux support for the SteelSeries Apex 7 TKL keyboard.

    For reference the build script I include in the repo is very similar to this one: https://github.com/sebasmonia/apex7tkl_lisp/blob/main/build.sh

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  • GitHub repo forge

    A general, modular build system. (by Shinmera)

    I'm also looking forward to forge being usable so I can add another build script that uses it instead of ASDF and have another way to be different from the crowd :).

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